- Page Monitor Chrome Extension
Larger organisations sometimes may by-pass the SEO, if there are departmental siloes – various content team, multiple product owners, etc. This is where this tool comes in, I’ve been using it now for a number of months, and I use it mainly as a back-up to Episerver page change reports. (Episerver is the CMS we use at Marie Curie)
I also use it to track my brand pages on Wikipedia, you can also use it to monitor influencers LinkedIn pages, Amazon and Ebay price changes, etc.
How to monitor website page changes with Page Monitor Chrome Extension
On the page that you are interested in and hit the top-right icon, next to your address bar. Start tracking website for changes with “Monitor This Page”
Once something changes on the page, the icon will light up green, as above. If you click on the icon you are given the option to stop monitoring, Mark as visited or view the changes.
There are also a number of other tools that do a similar job:-
Requires and account
Simple to use web app
Free up to a point then €20/year
There has already been a great introduction done at distilled – video below
Seerobots lets you easily see the websites Meta-Robots (index or noindex and follow or nofollow) and X-Robots configuration.
Not much to configure or to know about this one, green square means index, follow, etc. see below.
Ever needed to quickly switch between user-agent strings on the fly? Developing a site that needs to work on both mobile browsers and desktop browsers?
Redirect Path flags up 301, 302, 404 and 500 HTTP Status Codes, bringing potential issues that may not otherwise be seen to your attention immediately.
…….Chrome Plugins for SEOShow